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JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Texas Chic
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Questions3
Relaxed Living
“Stone” — zcourns
North America's Largest Custom Marble & Bronze Designer
We are one of the world's largest online custom marble & bronze designers for commercial and residential applications. We are an International company and sell world wide!
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Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Casa Smith's California Garden
Ideabooks392
Questions0
A great example of how you can use design a garden to enhance the architecture of a home. Photo Credit: Catherine E Smith, Casa Smith Designs, LLC
“Consider thermal steel doors” — berlink
Mediterranean Landscape
Ideabooks35,738
Questions10
“Pots” — laa54
Braswell Architecture, Inc.
3 Reviews
Bison Road
Ideabooks11,776
Questions5
“walkway pattern” — Sergiy Taranov
Broussard Associates Landscape Architects
1 Review
Private residence
Ideabooks7,041
Questions2
Paul Mullins
“Fountain feature” — gvc1
Pool Environments, Inc.
20 Reviews
Private-As seen on HGTV Amazing Water Homes
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Bill Bibb, Designer Archiverde Landscape, built by Pool Environments Rill water feature accented with individual custom tiles and Native Texas limestone creates a unique walkway in a typically un-noticed side yard.
“lighting” — liciacaldecott
DeMaria Landtech Inc
1 Review
Las Villas
Ideabooks11,433
Questions3
Nice fire pit with bench. Flagstone seat and back rest. Flagstone steppers with ground cover growing between.
“Stone & grass” — dudespixie
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
Listening to your landscaping needs, fulfilling your objectives for outdoor living spaces, and creating beauty to exceed your expectations continues to be our dedicated focus.
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Mediterranean Garden
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“Lavander” — vgreenhalgh
POLL: Tree topper - YES or NO?
A Christmas tree isn't complete without a pretty tree topper - or is it? And if so, what should it be? VOTE and tell us about it in the comments! Pictures...
Good-bye builders stained cabinets, tiny island, and 90's tile!
New dark wood floor and granite countertops really updated our kitchen. Since we were painting the cabinets anyway, we decided to remove the U shaped cabinets...
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